Monday 7atTwo: investor apathy

Here’s a follow-up to this morning’s linkfest. We’ll check in again tomorrow.

More signs of investor apathy.  (Covestor Blog)

Can you use VIX/VXX signals to time the high yield bond market?  (Six Figure Investing)

Why is Leucadia National ($LUK) interested in buying all of Jefferies Group ($JEF)?  (Dealbreaker, WSJ)

More tidbits on how some countries will become more dependent on foreign oil.  (beyondbrics)

Is a recession impossible with rising home prices?  (Pragmatic Capitalism)

Vancouver is feeling the downside of a weaker Chinese economy.  (The Daily Beast)

Chinese students love to come the US for college.  (Quartz)

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